(2849) — (2867)
(2849) chathchath [khath-khath']
from 'chath' (chath); terror:--fear.
(2850) Chittiy [khit-tee']
patronymically from 'Cheth' (Cheth); a Chittite, or descendant of Cheth:--Hittite, Hittities.
(2851) chittiyth [khit-teeth']
from 'chathath' (chathath); fear:--terror.
(2852) chathak [khaw-thak']
a primitive root; properly, to cut off, i.e. (figuratively) to decree:--determine.
(2853) chathal [khaw-thal']
a primitive root; to swathe:--X at all, swaddle.
(2854) chathullah [khath-ool-law']
from 'chathal' (chathal); a swathing cloth (figuratively):--swaddling band.
(2855) Chethlon [kheth-lone']
from 'chathal' (chathal); enswathed; Chethlon, a place in Palestine:--Hethlon.
(2856) chatham [khaw-tham']
a primitive root; to close up; especially to seal:--make an end, mark, seal (up), stop.
(2857) chatham [khath-am']
(Aramaic) a root corresponding to 'chatham' (chatham); to seal:--seal.
(2858) chothemeth [kho-the-meth]
feminine active participle of 'chatham' (chatham); a seal:--signet.
(2859) chathan [khaw-than']
a primitive root; to give (a daughter) away in marriage; hence (generally) to contract affinity by marriage:--join in affinity, father in law, make marriages, mother in law, son in law.
(2860) chathan [khaw-thawn']
from 'chathan' (chathan); a relative by marriage (especially through the bride); figuratively, a circumcised child (as a species of religious espousal):--bridegroom, husband, son in law.
(2861) chathunnah [khath-oon-naw']
from 'chathan' (chathan); a wedding:--espousal.
(2862) chathaph [khaw-thaf']
a primitive root; to clutch:--take away.
(2863) chetheph [kheh'-thef]
from 'chathaph' (chathaph); properly, rapine; figuratively, robbery:--prey.
(2864) chathar [khaw-thar']
a primitive root; to force a passage, as by burglary; figuratively, with oars:--dig (through), row.
(2865) chathath [khaw-thath']
a primitive root; properly, to prostrate; hence, to break down, either (literally) by violence, or (figuratively) by confusion and fear:--abolish, affright, be (make) afraid, amaze, beat down, discourage, (cause to) dismay, go down, scare, terrify.
(2866) chathath [khath-ath']
from 'chathath' (chathath); dismay:--casting down.
(2867) Chathath [khath-ath']
the same as 'chathath' (chathath); Chathath, an Israelite:--cathath.